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Theories of State Compliance with International Law: Assessing the African Union\u27s Ability to Ensure State Compliance with the African Charter and Constitutive Act

By Stacy-Ann Elvy
Topics: Organization of African Unity, OAU, African Union, AU, Constitutive Act, Constitutive Act of the African Union, African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights, African Charter, state compliance with international law, Noncompliance, Claw-back clauses, Principle of equitable regional representation and rotation, Effectiveness of the African Union, African Union’s efficacy, Democracy in Africa, Recalcitrant, Targeted sanctions, Sanctions, Political and humanitarian crises, Human rights, Institutionalist, Realist, African Union’s inability, African Union’s failure, Democratic principles, Libya, Libyan crisis, Kenya, Power-sharing agreement, Kenyan crisis, Limited political will, Timely and consistent, Timely and uniformly, Peace and Security Council of the African Union, Peace and Security Council, Protocol Relating to the Establishment of the Peace and Security Council of the African Union, Assembly of Heads of State and Government, Assembly of the African Union, AU-AHSG, African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, African Commission, Effective systems, Madagascar, Political crisis, International Contact Group on Madagascar, ICG-M, Maputo Political Agreement and the Charter of Values Agreement, Guinea-Conakry, Guinea, International Contact Group on Guinea, ICG-G, Ouagadougou Agreement, Zimbabwe, Zimbabwean crisis, Mugabe, African Union Commission on International Law, AUCIL, Statute of the African Union Commission on International Law, AUCIL Statute, International Law Commission, ILC, African Charter on Democracy, Provisional measures, Rules of Procedure of the African Commission, Constitutional Rights Project v. Nigeria, Ken Saro-Wiwa, Protocol on the Statute of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights, ACJHR Protocol, individual and NGO access to African Court, Gaddafi, UN Resolution 1973, Regime change, Human Rights Law, International Law, Organizations Law
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Georgia Law
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.law.uga.edu:gjicl-1034
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